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Weaver, Flave J.:

SIX YEARS IN BONDAGE AND FREEDOM AT LAST. A TALE OF PRISON LIFE.

Huff Show Print, Waco, TX: [1896?] 24pp. Disbound, loose folded leaves [spine a bit eroded]. Moderately tanned. Chipping at edges and corners. Good to Good+. The story of Flave J. Weaver, born in 1867 in Fulton County, Illinois, and raised in Washington County, Kansas. Weaver tells his story of being raised by decent parents, getting mixed up with the wrong crowd as a teenager, and spending the next several years in and out of prison. He ends with his conversion to Christianity and his return to his parents as a new man in Christ. OCLC records several different printings of this item in 1896. OCLC 232042751 [1- Yale] [as of 5/12].


Book Id: 21846

Price: $75.00

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